Liverpool Propaganda Match Report Astonishingly Fails to Mention Luis Suarez Bite
In an astonishing bit of denial by Liverpool Football Club, they produced a report of the Uruguay v Italy match which made a number of references to Luis Suarez but staggeringly, failed to even mention the biting incident at all.
The report was later taken down from the Liverpool website but is available to read (see below) thanks to the many people who saved it before it disappeared.
‘Luis Suarez completed the 90 minutes as Uruguay booked their place in the last 16 of the World Cup with a hard-fought 1-0 win over 10-man Italy.
Having lost their first match in Brazil, the Liverpool striker and his compatriots completed a stunning fightback to qualify thanks to Diego Godin’s late goal.
With Italy remarkably dominant in possession and the South Americans increasingly frustrated, chances to break the deadlock were few and far between for Suarez and his teammates in the opening period.
When the 27 year old did sneak in behind the opposition backline, courtesy of a neat one-two with Nicolas Lodeiro, Gianluigi Buffon was out quickly to block any open sight of goal.
In the second half the Reds’ No.7 created an opportunity for Cristian Rodriguez with a lofted pass into Italian territory that the latter screwed off target.
After Italy midfielder Claudio Marchisio was dismissed for a rash challenge, Suarez himself was denied by Buffon when his daisy-cutter from 18 yards looked a certain opener.
But with little under 10 minutes left to play, Godin connected with an outswinging corner to power past the goalkeeper and seal a spot in the knockout rounds this weekend.’
The outrageous attempt by Suarez’ club to deny the incident ever happened, won’t help the pathetic striker when he finds out his fate from FIFA.
Anything less than a seriously long ban would surely leave the authorities open to total ridicule, despite what apologists like Liverpool Football Club are attempting to do.
Next thing we’ll be reading that Stevie G wasn’t responsible for the scousers throwing away the title last season.
To see how it appeared on the Liverpool website before its removal, click HERE
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